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Worksheet to introduce vectors topic at GCSE

Worksheet to introduce vectors topic at GCSE

I use this worksheet when I first teach vectors to my GCSE classes. It works best if you can project the worksheet onto a screen/board to work through the examples with the class. The worksheet covers most of the results, notation, knowledge and skills they need to answer GCSE level questions on vectors so your class should be well-prepared to work through an exercise of questions from a textbook after completing this worksheet.

By langy74

Introduction to Vectors

Introduction to Vectors

This resource includes a fill-in worksheet with short exercises, answers and extension. The accompanying PowerPoint has a starter, and plenary as well as going step-by-step through the worksheet. By the end of the lesson students will: o Be able to understand what a vector is, using the correct notation o Be able to multiply a vector by a scalar o Be able to add and subtract vectors

By lam218

Clumsy Clive On Vectors

Clumsy Clive On Vectors

Clive is doing some vectors work this time and is confused once again. Can you check all his answers, correct them and explain where he's gone wrong. He's made some typical mistakes which should get everyone (students and teacher) talking.

By alutwyche

Lesson Plan for teaching bilingual mathematics about angle between two vectors

Lesson Plan for teaching bilingual mathematics about angle between two vectors

It's for teacher of Secondary School in order to conduct a bilingual learning in mathematics class. It's including a worksheet for the students so they can explore the concept by themselves. This lesson plan adapting SIOP Model and Indonesian National Curricula, namely K-13, in order to assist student with English as the second language to learn bilingual mathematics with joy while developing their conceptual understanding as well as their academic language of mathematics. the Lesson steps and media been described clearly.

By Okassandiari

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Mathematics - Vectors Fun Activity

Mathematics - Vectors Fun Activity

IGCSE Mathematics - Vectors Fun Activity - This fun task revises the basics of vector work This activity includes drawing vectors, adding and subtracting them and multiplying them by a scalar. Clear instruction sheet is attached for this activity. Enjoy Vectors Fun drawing activity. For more creative & interesting activity

By TES_KM

Geometry Bundle

Geometry Bundle

Includes a variety of geometry resources, from angles and loci to vectors and trigonometry. Please see each individual resource for more information

By Brabanski

Vectors GCSE

Vectors GCSE

Everything you need to teach the vectors unit. Around 3-4 lessons worth without worksheets. Use alongside a textbook if required but to neccessary for a top set.

By bdsouza1

Introduction to Vectors

Introduction to Vectors

Teacher Input for the following topics: Representing Vectors Adding Subtracting & Multiplying Vectors Vector Notation

By Brabanski

GCSE Physics - Free body diagrams and vector diagrams worksheet

GCSE Physics - Free body diagrams and vector diagrams worksheet

A worksheet aimed at helping students to draw Free Body Diagrams. It also gives them the opportunity to calculate resultant forces and vectors based on information provided. Finally they get to draw vector diagrams to combine vectors to find a resultant. Aimed at GCSE Physics but also suitable for combined science.

By ncrumpton

Puzzle Picks : Vector co-ordinate picture

Puzzle Picks : Vector co-ordinate picture

The”Puzzle Picks : Rules” secure eBook series is intended as a means to help develop mathematical thinking through problem solving. This puzzle is intended to be used as an introduction to vectors as a depth and challenge extension to plotting coordinates, but can also be used for revision purposes or as an end of term activity. There are three worksheets. The first contains 60 coordinates to plot and form a picture. The second introduces points written in vector component form, to plot and form a picture. The third requires vectors to be drawn. The solution , which is the same picture in each case, is provided. The sheets can also be used as a starting point for asking "what if" questions, prompting discussion about vectors.

By mathsmutt